The Philip Webb Award, SPAB


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Philip Webb and William Morris were the main founders of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in 1877. From the start Webb devoted time to teaching young architects the principles and methods of practical conservation. The Society maintains that educational tradition today.

The purpose of the award is to encourage new design in the context of historic buildings and to develop an appreciation of old buildings amongst architectural students, through an understanding of the architectural and historical values of old buildings and the purpose, philosophy and techniques of conservation.

The Award will next be offered in 2015. Watch the SPAB website for further details and the deadline for submissions

Building Conservation

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